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Well, it's taken me a while to get online, hence this late update to the blog. Internet connection proved more tricky than I had imagined. Right now, sitting at the Mugg and Bean cafe in the Rosebank Mall in Jo'burg. This is a city of malls. The locals do everything in malls, mostly for security reasons, I think. Anyways, I am on limited time here …
... important to be familiarized with the world history, especially if itīs so recent, so that the mistakes werenīt repeated.
After visiting the museum we were completely dead and decided to go back to our hostel to have some rest. The next day was supposed to be our last day in Africa! Hard to believe it, right?
Day 2: January 9, 2014
We woke up at 8.00, had breakfast and departed at 9.00 in direction to Soweto. Our main points of interest of ...
... roosters in the morning. How noisy it might be over weekends we don't know. For reasons which will become clear in a subsequent posting, I would bring to Grand Circle Foundation's attention the presence in this village of a primary school not more than two minutes' walk from the Lodge. The rooms are fairly large, round, sturdy, individual huts intended to resemble typical African village huts strung out along the riverfront. The Chobe National Park entrance ...
... in 1976 with the school children and teachers and parents. Before we went into the museum we saw a little water fall with water flowing over the wall, Aseil said that the water running represented the tears that were shed when this was all happening. Then below it was a similar water fall but it had rocks in it, Aseil said that the rocks represented the rocks that the children threw at the police when they were shootting at them. How sad, to think ...
... white' ticket and had to enter through the corresponding entrance. The museum was a maze of photos and videos depicting the recent history of South Africa- leading up to and after the apartheid.
On the way back, we drove past the FNB stadium - this is the 95,000 seater stadium that was used for the 2010 world cup closing ceremony.
I had been planning on going for a swim when we returned, but sadly it started to tip down with rain, rubbish!
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